“The Internal Auditor is responsible for verifying the effectiveness of governance controls”


An Internal Auditor is typically responsible for testing internal governance controls or investigating potential fraud or other compliance violation.


As an Auditor, I want to be able to validate the operation of governance controls. I need to be able to review business processes. I need to evaluate risk management procedures. I need to ensure that we are compliant with all legal and regulatory requirements.

Value Add from Continuous Delivery

  • Existence of automated processes for release of assets to production
  • Existence of audit trails for change and release of assets
  • Existence of governance processes for testing delivery against non-technical concerns
Last modified September 12, 2022: Added remaining Views and Viewpoints (b3bfaac)